Centrepoint provide services for people with varying needs and experiences of homelessness, but also specifically for young people who are leaving the care of the local authority, for ex-offenders and for young single parents.
The charity provides health advice and support, financial aid and information, and learning, training and employment support.
Centrepoint also offers housing aid; in the form of night shelters for emergencies, hostels, supported flats and specialist accommodation for people leaving the care of the local council.
Details of the full range of help and support services provided are available at this link.
To see how you can become involved and support Centrepoint follow this link.
The Centrepoint Helpline is available Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm.
You can contact Centrepoint Helpline either by phone, message or talk to an adviser online at this link.
Full contact details are available at this link.
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